The work of the MCEE is possible only because of the generosity of individuals, corporations and foundations that respond to our request for contributions. We are extremely grateful to those listed below who have made a real commitment to the cause of improving economic & financial literacy in the state of Mississippi.

Teachers are achieving remarkable measurable results in economic, financial and entrepreneurial education as a result of programming from the MCEE. Those listed below have made a real commitment to the cause of improving economic & financial literacy in the state of Mississippi in the past fiscal year. Our most recent audit indicates that for every dollar raised, 87 cents goes to direct programming of teachers and students. Economic and financial literacy is possible in Mississippi through teachers who have the tools their students need to succeed.


Progress Through Contributions FY17 PDF

$90,000 and Above
Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning

$40,000 – $89,999
Mississippi Council on Developmental Disabilities
Mississippi Department of Education

$20,000 – $39,999
Department of Banking and Consumer Finance
State Farm Insurance

$15,000 – $19,999

$10,000 – $14,999
Ballew Wealth Management

$5,000 – $9,999
Atmos Energy
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Mississippi
College Savings Mississippi
Community Foundation of Greater Jackson
Council for Economic Education
C Spire Wireless
Horne, LLP
Nissan North America
Regions Bank
SIFMA Foundation
Trustmark National Bank
Wells Fargo

$2,500 – $4,999
Bank First
Madison County Young Professionals
MS Arts Commission
MS Geographic Alliance

$1,000 – $2,499
Capitol Resources
CFA Society of Mississippi
Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi
Create Foundation
First Commercial Bank
Foundation for the Mid South
Lowndes Community Foundation
Merrill Lynch
Millsaps College
Mississippi Association of Secondary School Principals
Mississippi Board of Nursing
Mississippi Department of Rehabilitation Services
Mississippi Power Company
Mississippi Professional Educators
Mississippi State University
Peoples Bank
Premier Insights
Southern Farm Bureau
The First Bank
University of Mississippi
University of Southern Mississippi
University of West Georgia

$500 – $999
Boyd Gaming
Certiport, Inc.
Community Bank
Mississippi College School of Law
Mississippi Public Broadcasting
Pearson, Inc.

Up to $499
Ali Garrison
Anthony Webb
Barry Planch
Brad Maley
Bradley, Arant, Boult, Cummings, LLP
Brooks Mosley
Charlita Cloman
Citizens National Bank
City of Quitman
Coopwood Communications
David Hollingsworth
David Johnson
Deborah Ross
Dr. Billy Moore
Dr. Darrin Webb
Dr. Ellen Foster
Dr. Faye Gilbert
Dr. Ramin Maysami
Dr. Ricki Garrett
Dr. Steve Turner
Dr. Susan Lee
Dr. Wendy Scott
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Gail Psilos
Gloria Johnson
Greg Frascogna
Harper, Rains, Knight & Company
Hawkeye Industries
Jerome Brown
John Langcuster
John Scott
Kell Smith
Kelly Riley
Madison County Business League & Foundation
Mark Blackwell
Matt Ballew
Metropolitan Bank
Mississippi Development Authority
Mississippi Children’s Home Society
Mississippi Council for the Social Studies
Mississippi University for Women
Paul Breazeale
Paula McNair
Senator Charles Younger
Shan Montgomery
Sherribeth Farmer
Stephens, Inc.
Tami Jones
Tom Parry
Tony Carlisle
Trey Dellinger
Wayne Scoville
Weir Boerner Allin Architechture

Alliance Business Services
Atmos Energy
Ballew Wealth Management
Bank First
Breazeale, Saunders & O’Neil, Ltd.
Cline Tours, Inc.
C Spire
College Savings Mississippi
Delta State University Center on Economic Education and Research
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, New Orleans Branch
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Memphis Branch
Jackson State University Center for Research in Economic Education and Literacy in Finance
Millsaps College Center for Economic Education
Mississippi Business Journal
Mississippi College School of Business
Mississippi Economic Council
Mississippi Professional Educators
Mississippi State University Center for Economic Education & Financial Literacy
Stephens, Inc.
Trey Dellinger
University of Southern Mississippi Center for Economic & Entrepreneurship Education